No one is taking Lebanese people seriously! Not even the POPE!
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Can't wait for the No Smoking law to take effect on monday in Lebanon!
what will be the effect of that Ban?
- This summer, we will breath fresh air in the public places
- We will consume more food
- We will consume more alcohol
- We will visit more diet centers
- We will buy more natural health products
booming rooftop bar in the city
- Cafe-trottoir style will become the new trend
- None smokers will join the smokers outdoors
- We will tweet less
- We will work less and socialize more
- We will live longer if the Lebanese authorities ban playing with dangerous bombs in public spaces.
I am sure I may have missed some points , feel free to add yours in the comment box.
Monday, August 20, 2012
I was cleaning my store room and came across a small box, yes [J’oes Box] full of cassette Tapes.
Before Cd’s Mp3’s we had cassette tapes of course we had CD’s as well but cassettes tapes were cheaper, 2 $ each. I remember pressing the red record button to tape my favorite songs…
The good part that In my old car I have a cassette reader and I will definitely play some of my favorite songs!
Technology has really changed our lives, now we are caring our amusements with us best music collection, videos, all tailored to our preferences and always updated!
What about you? Do you still have any cassette tapes in a box in the back of a closet or corner of your basement?
For the youngest reader please check out this nice cassette documentary so you know what I am talking about ; )
A short-form essayistic documentary about the rise and fall of the compact cassette and its impact on culture, communication, listening, and portable sound reproduction.
Friday, August 17, 2012
Wednesday, August 15, 2012
Do you like to go camping in Lebanon?
If your answer is yes, you should visit Pinea Campus, enjoy the nature of lebanon rent a tent, cook on the fire and there are a lot of outdoor activities that you can do. Watch this cool video and join their facebook page to stay updates
Video courtesy of: BeirutNightLife
Monday, August 13, 2012
Friday, August 10, 2012
Sunday, August 5, 2012
While Burning tires have become a symbol division and conflict in Lebanon,
YNCA, a youth civil activism organization in Nabatieh, southern Lebanon, has been painting car tires and transforming it into flower pots, coffee tables and book shelves around the city.
Tired of the black smoke, a cool artistic design group BOKJA wrapped more than a dozen tires with vintage textiles and put across a road by in Beirut, and at the airport with a smart banner “We are Tyre(d).”
Caustik SARL, a Lebanese content creation company, recently completed a satirical cool infographic about the usage of tires in Lebanon. Check it out & join the revolution HERE